Past Local Events

These are some of the events that have recently been held in and around Glastonbury and publicised by Pilgrims.

Saturday 3rd May – World Labyrinth Day

Saturday 3rd May is World Labyrinth Day. If you are in Glastonbury there is a walk around the Tercentennial Labyrinth in St. Johns Churchyard at 1pm or walk a labyrinth in your local area.

The Glastonbury Town Players Community Theatre presents ‘Loot’ – a play by Joe Orton

Glastonbury Assembly rooms, May 1st, 2nd 3rd, Doors open 7.30pm Curtain up 8pm, Tickets on the door: £7.00 (£5.00 concessions). Warning – contains adult material.

Glastonbury PLG ‘Your Simple Path’ – A talk by Ian Tucker

Inspirational author Ian Tucker hosts an intimate talk that brings the principles of his best selling book titled Your Simple path to life.

PRC Talk ‘The Living Tree and the Chariot-Throne: Kabbalah and the way of High Magic’ with Ian Rees

Exploring the roots of the ancient tradition of the Kabbalah and the book of Genesis, the visions of Ezekiel and Isaiah plus the development of the Tree of Life as a Master Mandala and Rosetta Stone that unlocks the inner worlds.

Saint George & The Dragon Festival

The George Inn at Croscombe is hosting the first St. George & the Dragon Festival for hundreds of years.

Glastonbury PLG ‘Healing The Dragons of Albion’ – A talk by Gary Biltcliffe and Caroline Hoare

Gary & Caroline will talk from their latest book ‘The Spine of Albion’ about their experiences along Britain’s longest Ley Line, the Belinus Line which stretches from the Isle of Wight to the North coast of Scotland.

PRC Talk ‘Sacred Space and the New Magic – Labyrinths’ with Sig Lonegren

The First in the ‘Sacred Space & the New Magic’ series of talks from Sig. See Labyrinth examples from around the world, learn how to make one, and get some ideas about how to use them.

‘What is Prana, Chi and Living on Light, does it really Exist?’ – A talk by Jacqueline Hobbs

In this talk Jacqueline will descibe the history of and academic research on, the energies named “prana” and ‘chi’ more recently developed into ideas of ‘living on light’.

Medieval Fayre at Glastonbury Abbey

Jousting, archery & falconry. Free kid’s sword school & craft tent. Live music & much more.

Snowdrop Planting on Brides Mound

If anyone would like to help planting snow drops on the ridge field of Bride’s Mound, near the river on Saturday 19th April at 11.00am, meet by the gate or, if you are late, walk along the track to the ridge and then head over to the river bank where we are planting. Bring a trowel and picnic.